The international system is constantly evolving, why isn’t the humanitarian sector changing with it? New global crises demand a change of paradigm and a more strategic approach in order to better facer future problems.
As 2018 comes to a close, IARAN facilitator, Michel Maietta wanted to share with you a roundup of all the year’s activities.
In this guest blog for Feedback Labs, IARAN’s Communications Officer sums up ‘From Voices to Choices’ and discusses the role that social peer-to-peer networks could play in supporting greater autonomy in decision-making roles for people affected by crisis.
In this guest blog for the LIDC, IARAN’s Humanitarian Futures Analyst sums up ‘From Voices to Choices’ and determines what the future may hold for decision-making.
Jennifer Lentfer, Director of Communications at A Thousand Currents, explains localization in practice - how grassroots organizers know their communities best and offer the continuity of support needed throughout the disaster recovery process.
In this guest blog for Bond UK, IARAN Facilitator, Michel Maietta, outlines how external trends, like technology disrupt the humanitarian state of play & thus can help support crisis-affected people to have more influence over the aid they receive